Sir Roger Moore

Sep 09, 01:00 AM
The name's Bond. James Bond...the role as the world's most famous spy was made for Sir Roger Moore - the very epitome of suave sophistication. But how did a policeman's son from London, England grow to play one of the most iconic roles in cinema? 

Join Stephanie Okupniak and discover the man behind the golden gun.

In this episode you'll hear from Sir Roger's daughter Deborah on why there is so much more to him than just being 007; the director Alvin Rakoff on Moore's charm but mischievous side and Sir Roger's personal assistant Gareth Owen on why Moore may have inadvertently invented the Magnum ice-cream.